There’s certainly been no shortage of hubbub over the last few months regarding the Casey Anthony trial — and with the verdict and sentencing being announced, the news cycle kicked into high gear last week, with pundits weighing in across the spectrum.
With all this coverage and all these opinions flying around, you might think a song from famous country parodist Cletus T. Judd would be the last thing we needed — but Judd, with the help of Rascal Flatts singer Gary LeVox, got serious for the track, titled ‘She’s Going Places.’
If you put together a string of three multi-platinum albums and 24 top 10 singles, you might start to relax a little. Not Keith Urban, though — the singer recently hit the road for his Get Closer tour, and he devoted plenty of thought to giving his fans the best concert experience possible.
Selena Gomez and Taylor Swift lead the pack, with five and six nominations, respectively. Other stars boasting multiple nods — drawn across the pop culture spectrum, including movies, music, television, fashion, and sports — are Justin Bieber, Adele, Lady Gaga, and Eminem.
Take a look at the list of music nominees below, then read the full list at the Teen Choice Awards website — and mark your calendar for August 7, when this year’s winners will be announced.
After whetting fans’ appetites with five-second preview clips, Lady Antebellum has finally revealed the full-length video for ‘Just a Kiss,’ the lead single from their upcoming third studio album, ‘Own the Night.’
Not your garden-variety performance clip, the ‘Just a Kiss’ video tells a story, following the reminiscences of a young lady on a train. After boarding, she takes out an iPad and starts watching a video message that triggers romantic memories — interwoven, naturally, with clips of Lady Antebellum, performing in a train station.
On his recently released new album, ‘Alpocalypse,’ Yankovic spoofed Swift’s ‘You Belong With Me,’ renaming it ‘TMZ’ and subbing in paparazzi-tweaking lyrics like “You’re sorta famous, a minor celebrity / And so it only makes sense the world would be / Obsessed with every single thing you do … If they ever catch you picking your nose / Or stumbling the street on a drunken spree / You’re on TMZ.”
Saying he was trying to work out emotions he’d been unable to express at Dunn’s memorial service, Knoxville wrote an impassioned letter to his departed friend, saying Dunn “had a pure, open heart,” and made him “feel 34 percent funnier” when he was around.
It’s an old music business saying that you get your whole life to write the songs for your debut album, and then you get six months to put together the follow-up. But if you have to write on the clock, you might as well have an expert set of ears listening to the results, right?
More than four decades of history went up in smoke on Saturday, when country music legend Cowboy Jack Clement lost his Nashville home in a blaze that also claimed his well-trafficked studio.
The 80-year-old Clement and his girlfriend escaped unharmed, along with their three cats and Clement’s guitar collection — including his prize possession, a 1951 Gibson J200 that was once scratched by Elvis Presley’s belt buckle. “I got my baby,” said Clement. “That guitar means more to me than the house.”
There’s no escaping Justin Bieber these days – not on the radio, not at a theater near you, not at the NBA All-Star Game and not at the CMT Music Awards, where the 17-year-old recently picked up an award for Collaborative Video of the Year.
The Deluxe Edition reissue, due August 16, adds a 17-track bonus disc to the original soundtrack – including 13 songs that were recorded during the original sessions but were, for various reasons, left off the original release, including performances from Van Dyke Parks, T Bone Burnett, Norman Blake, and the Cox Family.
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